Do movement-related beta oscillations change after stroke?

@inproceedings{Rossiter2014DoMB,
  title={Do movement-related beta oscillations change after stroke?},
  author={Holly E. Rossiter and Marie-H{\'e}l{\`e}ne Boudrias and Nick S. Ward},
  booktitle={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2014}
}
Stroke is the most common cause of physical disability in the world today. While the key element of rehabilitative therapy is training, there is currently much interest in approaches that "prime" the primary motor cortex to be more excitable, thereby increasing the likelihood of experience-dependent plasticity. Cortical oscillations reflect the balance of excitation and inhibition, itself a key determinant of the potential for experience-dependent plasticity. In the motor system, beta-band… CONTINUE READING
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